The so called 3,800 ft-sand appears productive from 3,812 ft to 3,827 ft. A formation test recovered 37 cubic feet of gas and cores further confirmed the presence of gas.
The "3,500 ft-sand" appears productive from 3,525 ft to 3,530 ft. The formation test at 3526 ft recovered 21 cu ft of gas and core samples at this depth further confirmed the presence of gas.
The "2,000 ft-sand" appears productive from 2,035 ft to 2,040 ft and does not appear to be associated with free water despite the recovery of some water on a formation test at 2,035 ft that recovered 11 cubic feet of gas.
Texhoma has a 12.5% back-in right into the well after payout that can be anticipated as early as six months from commencement of production.
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